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Rayman’s Song of the Day-Shout by Tears For Fears [VIDEO]

Tears for Fears were followers of American psychologist Arthur Janov's school of Primal Therapy. This song was inspired by his primal therapy treatment, which worked by getting people to confront their fears by shouting and screaming.

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Contributed by Steve Frost
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Rayman’s Song of the Day-Heard it in a Love Song by Marshall Tucker Band [AUDIO]

The song is about a man who has lived on the road fromtown to town and affair to affair. Here, he's been with a woman who's been good to him and who he actually loves, but he can't stay with her because the call of the road is too strong

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By: Larry Busacca
By: Larry Busacca
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Rayman’s Song of the Day-Against the Wind by Bob Seger [VIDEO]

Seger said of this song: "My old friend Glenn Frey of the Eagles had an idea that our guitarist Drew Abbott should play along with the piano solo. He and I then went out and did the background vocals together

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45 Years Ago: Jethro Tull Comes Into Its Own with ‘Stand Up’

Ian Anderson began to assert himself on 'Stand Up,' and Jethro Tull as we know it was born.

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(Photo by Sean Gardner/Getty Images)
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Rayman’s Song of the Day-Rikki Don’t Loose That Number by Steely Dan [VIDEO]

Thee Rikki of the title is Rikki Ducornet, a New York writer and artist. Rikki was a fan of the band, an although another band member was very friendly with her, she liked Steely Dan co-front Donald Fagen

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By: Theo Wargo
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Rayman’s Song of the Day-Don’t Do Me Like That by Tom Petty [VIDEO]

Petty wrote this after his first group Mudcrutch moved from Florida to Los Angeles in 1974. Not one of the group's more meaningful songs, Creem magazine called it a "throwaway romp.

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Rayman’s Song of the Day-You’re in my Heart by Rod Stewart [VIDEO]

Stewart wrote this after breaking up with Swedish actress Britt Ekland. They were married 1975-1978. Stewart said, "It wasn't totally about Britt... it could of been anybody I met in that period-and there were a lot of them

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Photo by Kevin Winter/ImageDirect.
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Rayman’s Song of the Day-Crazy On You by Heart [VIDEO]

Ann and Nancy Wilson wrote this song about Mike Fisher, who was an original guitarist for Heart (he eventually stopped performing and became their sound man) - he and Ann were dating. According to Ann, she felt that the world was crazy and sometimes maddening, but her relationship with Mike kept her balanced

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Ted Nugent’s Late-’70s Run – Rock’s Best Hot Streaks

Four Epic Records releases from 1975-78 secured Ted Nugent's early stardom.

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Why You’ll Want to Attend This Year’s Bayfront Blues Festival

We are extremely fortunate to have the Bayfront Blues Festival in our community, and there are many reasons why we should both support and attend. Over the past several years, I've had the privilege of interviewing many of the artists, and they all look forward to playing here. The first reason is because of the beautiful scenery, right by the lake. One artist mentions it to another, and word gets around fast in the blues community that Duluth is the place to play.

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Rayman’s Song of the Day-Fooled Around and Fell in Love by Elvin Bishop [VIDEO]

Although Bishop is known as a Blues musician, this song was a huge Pop hit and still gets considerable airplay on Adult Contemporary radio. The song does not represent the body of Bishop's work, but he does love playing it live.

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Living The Blues, Canned Heat’s Story of Music, Drugs, Death, Sex and Survival [REVIEW)

Over the years I've read hundreds of books on music, but in all honesty, this is by far the best, and most thorough I've ever read. Where many other band books may briefly touch on the dark side of music, my friend, Fito de la Parra holds nothing back. He tells it exactly as it was, with brutal honesty.

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